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Re: Cotentin Peninsula 1944

Barry Price
 

Hi scratchbuilt 20.3 cm railgun also a diorama of the destroyed gun replacement. Will send more pics later.


Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

Barry Price
 

As you can see this model is not Seigfried gun cant find photos at moment this is the German 21 cm k 12 railgungun ,the model is 23 in hes long over buffers.

Re: 16 inch Krupp railwaygun in US

David Ellis
 

Very interesting.  Thanks for posting it.
Dave

On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 1:41 PM Phil Gilson <breezyphil@...> wrote:
From minutes 3:54, 4:46, 5:34 of the following video 1) PRR history https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg4yaqJzAjY
  1. Drawings with explanations for the Pennsylvania Railroad type F gun transportation car used to bring a 16” Krupp cannon to the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago,- Pages 5 & 6 https://heritagerailalliance.wildapricot.org/resources/Resources/Historical%20Documents/PRR%20Catalogue%20for%20Worlds%20Columbian%20Exhibition%20Elfreth%20Watkins_1893.pdf

  2. Narrative history of the gun and the Krupp arms dynasty

    http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-history-cop/2013/11/the-krupp-gun-pavilion-at-the-1893-worlds-columbian-exposition-the-largest-gun-a-huge-scandal-historic-mystery-and-the-cooling-of-the-white-city

  3. Phil, Bklyn

#MilitaryRail Allied rail waggons 0 WW1 to Cold War #MilitaryRail

nicholas robinson
 

A great site with  details and lots of (new to me) pictures

http://www.railalbum.co.uk/railway-wagons/military/index.htm

16 inch Krupp railwaygun in US

Phil Gilson
 

From minutes 3:54, 4:46, 5:34 of the following video 1) PRR history https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg4yaqJzAjY
  1. Drawings with explanations for the Pennsylvania Railroad type F gun transportation car used to bring a 16” Krupp cannon to the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago,- Pages 5 & 6 https://heritagerailalliance.wildapricot.org/resources/Resources/Historical%20Documents/PRR%20Catalogue%20for%20Worlds%20Columbian%20Exhibition%20Elfreth%20Watkins_1893.pdf

  2. Narrative history of the gun and the Krupp arms dynasty

    http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-history-cop/2013/11/the-krupp-gun-pavilion-at-the-1893-worlds-columbian-exposition-the-largest-gun-a-huge-scandal-historic-mystery-and-the-cooling-of-the-white-city

  3. Phil, Bklyn

Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

martin hutton
 

Lets see them all!


On 2 May 2020, at 12:05, Barry Price <bazer.price47@...> wrote:


Sorry no plans found use photos off internet then scale up or down to 1 72 scale .
But the best book I found on seigfried is Deutsche Eisenbahn Geschutze it is mainly a book about Dora but there are five pages with close up pics of the gun also a couple of drawings of items ,great if you are building a model.
Will post more photos soon .
Just out of interest I have 15 railguns in my collection all 1 72 scale, ten of these are scratch built .

Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

Barry Price
 

Sorry no plans found use photos off internet then scale up or down to 1 72 scale .
But the best book I found on seigfried is Deutsche Eisenbahn Geschutze it is mainly a book about Dora but there are five pages with close up pics of the gun also a couple of drawings of items ,great if you are building a model.
Will post more photos soon .
Just out of interest I have 15 railguns in my collection all 1 72 scale, ten of these are scratch built .

Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

Ron Hunt
 

Great Work on it!!


On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 5:28 AM Barry Price <bazer.price47@...> wrote:

Trying to send pics again . Will post more info if ok.
Bazer


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Re: Cotentin Peninsula 1944

Chuck Walters
 

Looking forward to your photos Bazder.
Chuck Walters


On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 2:58 AM, Barry Price
<bazer.price47@...> wrote:
Hi guys have built a dio and scratch built railgun of this , will post if I can sort this site out.?.
Bazer

Re: Cotentin Peninsula 1944

Jens O. Mehner
 

Why not just link to your relevant Missing Lynx threads?

 

 

Von: railwaygun@groups.io [mailto:railwaygun@groups.io] Im Auftrag von Barry Price
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 30. April 2020 20:40
An: railwaygun@groups.io
Betreff: Re: [railwaygun] Cotentin Peninsula 1944

 

Hi guys have built a dio and scratch built railgun of this , will post if I can sort this site out.?.
Bazer

Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

Joseph
 

Looks great.

Sincerely, 

Joseph H. Ficor

On Fri, May 1, 2020, 18:28 Barry Price <bazer.price47@...> wrote:
Trying to send pics again . Will post more info if ok. 
Bazer

Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

martin hutton
 

Excellent . Send more detailed pics please . Did you work off drawings or Photos


On 1 May 2020, at 10:28, Barry Price <bazer.price47@...> wrote:


Trying to send pics again . Will post more info if ok. 
Bazer
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Re: Cotentin Peninsula 1944

Barry Price
 

Hi guys have built a dio and scratch built railgun of this , will post if I can sort this site out.?.
Bazer

Re: Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

nicholas robinson
 

pictures look fine - anything in higher resolution? Also any tips on building one ( any photos, useful sources for plans)?

Scratch built seigfried 1 72 scale railgun

Barry Price
 

Trying to send pics again . Will post more info if ok. 
Bazer

Re: Scratch built railgun Siegfried. #Artillery # #Artillery

Ron Hunt
 

What about just adding the pics to your email?


On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 7:06 AM Barry Price <bazer.price47@...> wrote:

Have added photos of one of my models but cant see it on site?


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Re: Scratch built railgun Siegfried. #Artillery # #Artillery

nicholas robinson
 

use the paperclip icon at top of new messagr to add photos, what size are they ?

See test above

NickR

Re: Scratch built railgun Siegfried. #Artillery # #Artillery

nicholas robinson
 

test

Scratch built railgun Siegfried. #Artillery # #Artillery

Barry Price
 

Have added photos of one of my models but cant see it on site?

Re: Cotentin Peninsula 1944

Renaud (Ron) OLGIATI
 

On Wed, 15 Apr 2020 23:23:32 +0000 (UTC)
"Chuck Walters via groups.io" <tautemarite2@...> wrote:

Looks just like the emplacements @ Brittany @ Plouharmel where I did explore them completely. Chuck
Herr Fritz Todt had a number of standard designs, all in fetching shades of Concrete Grey, and plonked them down with gay abandon along the coast all the way from Holland down to the Gironde estuary.

Cheers,

Ron.
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